The Guardian reports that women are being treated as "sacrificial lambs" as the UK economy contracts, with half of working mothers unable to get the childcare they need to return to work, citing a childcare survey.
And readers of the Daily Star have been urged to "do your duty" and follow new rules on mandatory face coverings in shops. The paper is running a competition for 150 readers to win a Dominic Cummings face mask.
The Daily Mail has further details of the government's new anti-obesity measures, expected to be announced next week. It says restaurant and takeaway chains will have to publish the calories in every meal they serve, while similar labels will have to be placed on bottles of beer, wine and spirits sold in shops.
Elsewhere, the i weekend carries a poll suggesting that 80% of people who have been able to work from home during the coronavirus pandemic want to continue doing so when the virus is suppressed. It comes as the government prepares to change advice for employers on bringing staff back to workplaces from 1 August.